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Artemisia
Artemisia Exhibition
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In 17th-century Europe, at a time when women artists were not easily accepted, Artemisia was exceptional. She challenged conventions and defied expectations to become a successful artist and one of the greatest storytellers of her time. In this first major...
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Latest from South London Women Artists
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Our activities are currently limited due to covid, however we are taking the opportunity to enjoy our professional development and online talks.
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HEO+3 Ex Voto Violence and Healing
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Ex Voto Violence and Healing, curated by Claire Dorey, Selena Steele, Maria Beddoes and Jackie Crawford was the second exhibition in the HEO trilogy of exhibitions, following on from Silence Is Over.
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HEO + 3 posters
HEO+3 Music for Silence
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Written by Claire Dorey From left: Acoustic guitarist Max Warner performs with Jazz singer Talibah Rivers. Next picture: DJ Ben Smith (just seen) with curators Selena Steele and Valerie Lambert, setting up the exhibition. Portico Play List Because Silence Is...
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SLWA Recommended Reading: Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms
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Feminisms’(as a plural) is widely used today to draw attention to inequalities and to critique the status quo in limiting women’s roles, positions, lives and potential. Art can offer a vision of future worlds, manifesting a desire for projecting change,...
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Karen Smith awarded Life Long Learning Award
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Congratulations to SLWArtist Karen J. Smith who has recently been awarded, a very well deserved, Like Long Learning Award from Morley College. Karen is a self taught artist working with different mediums. She works in an intuitive way, that is...
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SLWA Recommends: Helen Cammock on Artemisia Gentileschi
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BOW DOWN: WOMEN IN ART Turner-Prize-shortlisted artist and winner of the 2018 Max Mara Prize for Women – Helen Cammock on the 17th century Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi. Other episodes include the critic and memoirist Juliet Jacques on the surrealist...
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HEO + 3 – Heo – the private view and history of the event
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We are really pleased that the Weekender has given us some fantastic coverage on HEO.
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Debating current political and social issues - how can art evoke change? Politics, war and activisim. Join the circle, take a seat and enjoy the evening with a welcome drink. Wednesday 29 January 2020 7 - 8.30 pm RSVP office@acflondon.org...
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